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Take some time to read through the categories and choose the best fit for you and your business. You'll find our business building tools and tips under The Workroom and Personal Development under The Retreat.
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By Tricia Scott.
Jacqueline Shaulis is the leading authority on communication-based personal leadership for intersectional introverts. As an introverted woman of colour, she's leveraged her challenging upbringing into becoming a transformational speaker, bestselling author, and executive coach...
By Jake Adam Davey.
In any field, across any area of life. The fastest route is always in a straight line. Now, of course, when it comes to growing our Instagram following, we don't have straight lines that we can follow, but we do have Market Leaders.
Irrespective of niche, there are multiple...
Marjina Mozid is co-founder of the digital marketing agency, Go Design Online. She is a skilled web designer, funnel builder, copywriter and avid problem solver.
Raised in Jorhat in the Northeastern part of India, known as the "Tea capital of the world", Marjina was inspired as a child by...
By Natasha Lee.
Meet entrepreneur Latrice Delgado-Macon, owner and founder of TheStylingCloset.com. Established in 2005, this Female CEO had goals for her company, such as providing a fashion go-to for contemporary and chic styles and a blog offering tips on all the latest trends.
By Hayley McDonnell.
January is seen by many as the most challenging month.
Is January as hard as we think? In Western culture, we are coming down from an almost month of fun and festivities, but alongside that, January brings us an expectation that there is a full year ahead to plan and enjoy....
By Claire Winter.
Writers with a creative, storytelling background may struggle to transition into marketable and functional writing work. However, so many of the skills gained through learning to write stories and fiction are transferable and can be used as essential tools when writing...
By Tricia Scott
Starting your own business is a journey, no doubt about that. When I began The Female CEO, I had no idea of the impact it would have on my life. Entrepreneurs across the world, I feel you nodding in recognition. The 10,000000 ideas per minute, lack of sleep and an aggressive...
By Dino Tartaglia.
Imagine that you had no word for ‘blue.’
Here’s an extract from a story shared by Nassim Nicholas Taleb in his book, Antifragile.
“We know more about what something is not than what something is. If there would have been no word for the colour...
By Claire Whittaker.
Hey CEOs, have you set your goals for the year?
January is typically a time for goal setting, so even if you haven't finished deciding on your big plans for 2022, I'm sure you've been thinking about it.
However, deciding on your goal is just the first step.
Next, you need a...
By Natasha C Dewhirst.
We head out of the gate most New Year excited, ready with our new planner, goals, vision board, and affirmations. We can feel this is going to be our year.
Fast forward to April, and the planner isn’t being used, goals have been shifted into the next quarter, and...
By Ilana Jankowitz.
You're harnessing one of the most powerful (and under-used) tools available when you visualise. So, to make your dreams and goals come true and reach your fullest potential, you need a visualisation practice.
How do you visualise?
We hear a lot about the law of...
By Nichola English.
The festivities are over for another year, and 2022 is upon us. It's the perfect opportunity to fully commit to being all of your fabulous self and the precise time to make a few commitments to you and your style
- What does your style look like to...
By Jenn Baron.
Two emotions tend to eat away at us like rust on a car.
Guilt and Shame.
They’re often used interchangeably in thought and conversation but have very different definitions and outcomes.
Guilt is, ‘I did something wrong.’
Shame is, ‘I am wrong as a person...
By Ambila Nath.
A few months ago, someone told me, 'Ambila, you are trying to make things happen -when you need to Just Allow'.
I understood precisely what was being said, but I've studied energies for over a decade. You may be reading this and wondering what on earth does 'Just Allowing' mean?
By Janine Wirth.
I want to address something today that several of you seem to be wrestling with lately - this feeling of being "stuck".
I see this phrase thrown around almost daily, especially online, where women ask strangers on internet forums or Facebook groups for advice to help them get...
By Tricia Scott.
As we move towards the end of 2021 and start heading toward the time of resolutions, goals and new desires, what if this time, instead of setting rules, we simply remind ourselves of a few gentle truths? If the pressure of the upcoming season has you ready to disappear under the...